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Fans accuse Love Island contestants of ‘racism’ over Cynthia Taylu

‘Why don’t they get men who like black girls?’ Fans accuse Love Island Australia of ‘racism’ after West African-born contestant Cynthia Taylu is picked last

On Sunday’s episode of Love Island, the sexy singles met for the first time and coupled up. 

But poor Cynthia Taylu was left on the shelf when the incoming hunks failed to pick her, with Adam Farrugia skipping over her when there were just two girls left. 

The West African-born 23-year-old ended up with Sam Withers by default when she was the last female contestant without a partner. 

'Why don't they get men who like black girls?' On Sunday night, fans accused Love Island Australia of 'racism' after West African-born contestant Cynthia Taylu (pictured) was picked last by the incoming hunks

‘Why don’t they get men who like black girls?’ On Sunday night, fans accused Love Island Australia of ‘racism’ after West African-born contestant Cynthia Taylu (pictured) was picked last by the incoming hunks 

And fans watching at home seemed less than impressed, with some accusing the show of ‘racism’ and other stunned the gorgeous single was picked last. 

One person Tweeted: ‘The one woman of colour being chosen last by clones of the same looking guys’.  

Someone else chimed in: ‘Love Island Australia has one not-white person and she didn’t get picked by anyone. How have the producers not thought to run an ‘are you accidentally a little racist’ test by contestants yet’. 

Alone: But poor Cynthia Taylu was left on the shelf when the incoming hunks failed to pick her, with Adam Farrugia skipping over her when there were just two girls left. Pictured: Adam Farrugia and host Sophie Monk

 Alone: But poor Cynthia Taylu was left on the shelf when the incoming hunks failed to pick her, with Adam Farrugia skipping over her when there were just two girls left. Pictured: Adam Farrugia and host Sophie Monk 

On the shelf! The West African-born 23-year-old ended up with Sam Withers (left) by default when she was the last female contestant without a partner

On the shelf! The West African-born 23-year-old ended up with Sam Withers (left) by default when she was the last female contestant without a partner

Another wrote: ‘I’m gonna call racism right now’. 

One upset fan Tweeted:  ‘Why don’t they get men who like black girls? Tired of the humiliation’. 

Someone else wrote:  So glad everyone is tweeting about Cynthis. It’s so hard watching shows like #LoveIslandAU as a black girl. Always last to be picked because these guys are all into the same looking bland girls. 

Not happy: Fans watching at home seemed less than impressed, with some accusing the show of 'racism' and other stunned the gorgeous single was picked last

Not happy: Fans watching at home seemed less than impressed, with some accusing the show of ‘racism’ and other stunned the gorgeous single was picked last

‘The gag is she’s better looking than all of them regardless of gender.’

Another wrote: ‘EVERY season, the woc (women of colour) get left last and I’m sick of it, I’m just so ANGRY’. 

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Channel Nine for comment. 

Stunner: Born in Liberia, Cynthia moved to Australia when she was seven and has never had a serious relationship before

Stunner: Born in Liberia, Cynthia moved to Australia when she was seven and has never had a serious relationship before

Born in Liberia, Cynthia moved to Australia when she was seven and has never had a serious relationship before. 

The Brisbane-based glamazon describes herself as an ‘actor, model and influencer’ on Starnow. 

She says she’s attracted to someone with a ‘quiet confidence about them’. 

Influence: The Brisbane-based glamazon describes herself as an 'actor, model and influencer'

Influence: The Brisbane-based glamazon describes herself as an ‘actor, model and influencer’

 

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